Mark Sullivan

Chief Operating Officer at TI Fluid Systems Plc

Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan

Chief Operating Officer at TI Fluid Systems Plc

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TI Fluid Systems Plc
Inergy Automotive Systems SA
Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy (USA) LLC

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Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer at Burelle SA

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Chief Executive Officer at Inergy Automotive Systems SA

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Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Information Officer at Plastic Omnium SE

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Chairman & President at Plastic Omnium Environnement SAS

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Chief Executive Officer & Director at Compania Plastic Omnium SA

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Director & Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Burelle SA

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Director at Burelle SA

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Chief Executive Officer at Plastic Omnium SE

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Director at Burelle SA

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy (USA) LLC

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Mark Sullivan
Chief Operating Officer at TI Fluid Systems Plc
Career History
Chief Operating Officer
2021 - Current

TI Fluid Systems Plc is a holding company, which engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of fluid storage, carrying, and delivery systems for light passenger vehicles worldwide. It operates through Fluid Carrying Systems (FCS), and Fuel Tank and Delivery Systems (FTDS). The FCS segment offers products such as brake and fuel lines and bundles, tank top lines, vacuum booster lines, quick connectors, air-conditioning tube and hose assemblies, accumulators and receiver dryers, coaxial and tube-in-tube assemblies, thermal products and powertrain components. The FTDS segment is comprised of plastic fuel tanks, fuel filler pipes, fuel pumps and modules, level sensors and additive dosing systems. The company was founded on January 22, 2015 and is headquartered in Oxford, the United Kingdom.

President & Chief Executive Officer
? - 2014

Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy (USA) LLC designs and manufactures automotive fuel systems for car manufacturers. It provides fuel tanks, fuel-filer necks and caps, on-board refueling vapor recovery systems, fuel pumps, fuel delivery modules, vapor canisters, on-board diagnostic sensors, fuel-level sensors, fuel feeding lines, wiring harnesses, roll-over valves, over pressure release valves, venting systems, gauges and related electronic devices, and various components for filters. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Troy, MI.

President & Chief Executive Officer, Intelligent Exterior Systems
Prior - 2020

Plastic Omnium SE engages in the transformation of plastic materials for the automotive market for body parts modules, storage and fuel supply systems, and front-end modules. It operates through the followings segments: Industries, Modules, and Unallocated Items. The Industries segment combines the body parts business and the fuel storage and supply systems. The Modules segment focuses on the front-end modules business. The Unallocated Items segment includes the inter-segment eliminations and amounts that are not allocated to a specific sector. The company was founded by Pierre Burelle on April 15, 1946 and is headquartered in Levallois-Perret, France.

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